Rhonda Barovsky, Psy.D., is the founder of the Feeling Great Therapy Center and a TEAM trainer and therapist in private practice in Walnut Creek and Oakland, California. She has taught TEAM in Ahmedabad, India, Warsaw, Poland, and Mexico City. She is the producer and host of David Burns’ MD Feeling Good podcast. She leads and teaches an online International TEAM Training Group open to anyone worldwide. To learn more and join the Wednesday group, please click here. Rhonda is a Level V advanced TEAM CBT therapist and trainer certified by the Feeling Good Institute.
Heather Clague MD, MPH is a psychiatrist and level 5 certified TEAM therapist and trainer with a private practice in psychotherapy and psychopharmacology in Oakland, California. Heather has taught in the US and internationally in Mexico, India, Poland, and the UK and is a sought-after presenter to teach the Five Secrets of Effective Communication in medical settings. She co-leads the enthusiastically received Feeling Great Book Club and leads groups that offer deep practice in the Five Secrets of Effective Communication. She has been featured on the Feeling Good Podcast and her writing has been published on psychotherapy.net. In addition to her work as a TEAM therapist and trainer, Heather provides psychiatric consultation in the public hospital system in Alameda County. Heather believes that the willingness to face fears cracks the world open and lets the light shine through.
Leigh Harrington, M.D. is a psychiatrist who has a clinical practice in Davis, California. She has been Chief Resident at Stanford University’s Department of Psychiatry and a faculty member at the UC Davis Department of Psychiatry. Leigh is a founding member of the Feeling Good Institute, a faculty member at All Things CBT, and leads the training and coaching program TEAM Therapy Training. Leigh is a Level V advanced TEAM CBT therapist and trainer certified by the Feeling Good Institute.
Mariusz Wirga, M.D., is a psychiatrist and psychooncologist and serves as the medical director of the Psychosocial Oncology program in the MemorialCare Todd Cancer Institute and the Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at Long Beach Memorial Hospital in Long Beach, California. The author and co-author of books, book chapters, and scientific and popular articles, he is on the Board of Advisors of the National Association of Cognitive Behavior Therapists and developed and leads Beat the Odds, a Multimodal Cancer Survivorship Program for patients and families. Mariusz is a Level IV advanced TEAM CBT therapist and trainer certified by the Feeling Good Institute.